--- Jim Scheef <jscheef@...
> [Chris, there is no such thing as a "complete
It all depends how you define a collection. There's
loads of stuph I don't care about whatsoever. I'm not
into this stuph cuz it's kewell or I get to belong to
a groovy club - I just collect what I like :).
Granted, I do stray from my mainstay of
PC-incompatibles, but it's never been, nor ever shall
be my goal to own every "vintage" puter on the planet.
So within the confines of my desire to collect, I
could conceivably have a pretty complete collection
within 5 years I think. And although you can take a
deep breath at that point, that doesn't mean the
interest stops there. I guess the grooviness is where
you get to say "I got that...and that...and that", and
you get to play with them now and again. You may have
a hard time getting people to be interested in your
(my) collection, but that doesn't make it any less of
one, nor less interesting. I GET TO SAY WHAT'S COOL TO
And I was joking about the "glaring gaps". I just
enjoyed for a moment revelling in the knowledge that I
had a few kewell gizmos this guy didn't. Nah nah.
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